The Wedding Trend for 2021The main object of the floristic compositions displayed at this shoot was a wall made up out of 3,500 plumosus, which embodied the trend towards environmental friendliness. For this concept, I wanted to completely abandon plastic and go into a natural, slightly wild history, so I used only natural materials for decoration. The whole composition is based on the concept of one element; I took one aspect of the material and increased it many times. So the fluffy plumosus turned into a whole soft wall.
Mono Bridal Bouquet with ClematisWhen creating a bridal bouquet, I adhere to the same principle. This is a mono bouquet made of the new Clematis Amazing® Sevilla, which hasn't been officially announced during the making of this wedding shoot. I put it together on a vintage bouquet holder, which, in my opinion, will soon be back in fashion.
Colors of the YearThe choice of color can seem odd for wedding photography. I wanted to work with an unusual color scheme that would not be associated with a wedding. In addition, according to my feelings, these shades of yellow, gray, orange should have become a trend in the new year. And just a few days before the shooting, the Pantone Color Institute named gray and yellow the colors of the year 2021. Whether it was a coincidence or professional flair, it is difficult to tell. But for me, it is a symbol of a sunbeam, a light that fits perfectly into the concept of this style of photography.
Organization: @unique_wedding_agency Photographer: @eremeev.photography Videographers: @gothleb @daryadanya Floristry: @dmitryturcan Decor: @vesna.decor Polygraphy: @lupindesign Light: @kamyshanskiy_dmitriy Stylist: @pakhomova_stylish Dresses: @_ulianaskopinova_ Costume: @barleone.ru Ceremonymaster: @darina_sharova Make up: @m_kuksa Hairstyle: @makeup.freedom Models: @evgeniy_kezin @_polina.kara ⠀ Flowers:@decorumplantsflowers @montana_lisianthus @dekkerchrysanten @marginpar @gdekoning_ @vandervalk_groenesier